The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, February 08, 1983, Image 3
February 8, 1983
RHA conference planned
by Dayna Boren
Resident Hall Association de
legates from 18 Southern uni
versities will converge on the
Texas A&M campus Feb. 17 for
the 10th Annual Residence Hall
The conference will include
approximately 250 to 300 stu
dents from the University of
Houston, North Texas State
University, the University of
Oklahoma, Oklahoma State
University and Texas A&M.
While at the conference, de
legates will discuss RHA prog
rams and exchange ideas for fu
ture programs and leadership in
dormitories, Tracy Moy, RHA
conference chairperson, said.
Delegates also will discuss
programs that their respective
universities sponsor. At Texas
A&M, she said, RHA sponsors
five major events a year includ
ing Casino Night, Almost Any
thing Goes and several com
Some of the programs that all
the associations are involved
with are regulation of dorm visi
tation hours, setting activity
fees, representing on-campus
students in important campus
meetings, and improving rela
tions among the students who
live in dormitories.
“I hope that after the confer
ence is over, they will have
learned how to better them
selves as leaders and how to bet
ter their RHA programs,” Moy
Another objective of the con
ference, she said, is to promote
better relationships among the
“Since this is the tenth
anniversary, I hope that the con
ference is one of the best
ever...especially since it is at
A&M,” she said. “A lot of dele
gates were attracted to the con
ference this year primarily be
cause it is at A&M, and students
from other schools want to see
what the University is all about.”
Several past conference presi
dents and board members are
expected to attend the confer
ence to mark its anniversary.
Texas A&M was chosen as
the site for this year’s conference ability of the campus to accom-
because of the conference facili- modate several hundred dele-
ties at Rudder Tower and the gates, Moy said.
staff photo by Octavio Garcia
ratory. The Texas A&M laboratory tests
robots in simulated production situa
em store robbed;
two females wanted
ave bail I
uarterdPIOn Jan. 22, two Hispanic
Umales entered a local jewelry
itore and asked to see a pair of
liamond stud earrings. While
he clerk showed the earrings to
|ne of the women, the other
soman removed a five-carat
Jiamond from the showcase.
One of the women was de-
fcribed as being in her mid-40s,
5-feet-10-inches tall, slender,
sith short salt-and-pepper col
ored hair. She was wearing a
hree-quarter length Indian-
j The other woman w as in her
ate 20s, 5-feet-5-inches tall.
slender, with collar-length black
hair and wearing a brown synth
etic fur coat and blue jeans.
Anyone with information on
this crime can call Crime Stop
pers at 775-TIPS. If you give in
formation this week and it leads
to the arrest and grand jury in
dictment of a suspect, you will
receive a $1,000 reward. Callers
are issued special coded num
bers so they may remain anony
Crime Stoppers is starting a
new program this week to get
information about fugitives of
felony charges. This week’s fugi
tive is Mitchell Glenn Glidewell.
He is described as a white
male, 27, 6 feet tall, and as
weighing 175 pounds. If you
have information on Glidewell,
call Crime Stoppers.
Even though we do not prescribe
diets, we make it possible for many to
enjoy a nutritious meal while they
follow their doctor's orders. You will
be delighted with the wide selection
of low calorie, sugar free and fat free
foods in the Souper Salad Area, Sbisa
Dining Center Basement. •
Monday through Friday 10:45 AM-1:45 PM
of the i
If you are a man or woman who has or is about to
receive a degree in ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING
why not put that degree to work in the Air National
Guard? Upon completion of the Academy of Military
Science, you'll be commissioned as an Air National
Guard Officer. Consider the Air National Guard as
you think about your future. We re a modern service
with an interest in the future. Contact your Air
Guard Recruiter by calling collect (713) 727-2336.
THE AIR GUARD — THE MOST IMPORTANT PART
TIME JOB IN AMERICA.
ig an) f '
, be sip
f the' ,n!f
cFeel the luxury . . .
Warm water running through your hair.
Gentle suds rinsed out, leaving a soft,
Now, the cut. Crisp. Precise. Fresh.
Feel the luxury at . . .
707 Texas Avenue
How to be a romantic
and kiss nextyear's tuition
GRAND PRIZE: One student will
win a free full-year's tuition. SECOND
PRIZE: On each college campus, one winneF
will receive $50 towards a romantic dinner for two. SPECIAL BONUS:
On Valentine's Day the first 100 students who bring their entry forms
to their campus bookstore will receive a red "silk" rose.
OFFICIAL RULES 1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY...To enter, com
plete and deposit the Official Entry Form in the Cafe Amaretto entry
box at your participating college bookstore.
2. Alternate means of entry. If you do not wish to. or cannot, visit
your participating bookstore, you may mail your completed entry to:
Cafe Amaretto Sweepstakes, Dept. 157, P.O. Box 37, New York, NY
10046. In addition, print the full name of your college on the lower-
left-hana comer of your mailing envelope. You may also enter by
handprinting your name and complete address and the words
“CAFE AMAFfETTO” on a 3" x 5" piece of paper.
3. Enter as often as you like, but each entry must be sent by first-
class mail (one entry per envelope) or deposited separately No
mechanically reproduced entries. All entries must be deposited by
March 7,1983 and mail entries received by March 31.1983 to be
eligible. Drawing will be held on April 15.1983.
4. The Grand Prize is one year's college tuition for one person The
Grand Prize winner will be selected in a random drawing from all
entries received prior to the deadline by Marden-Kane. Inc., an inde
pendent judging organization whose decisions are final. Prize pay
ment will be made in the winner’s name directly to the college or
university at which he/she is registered. Payment will be made upon
submission and verification of documents identifying the winner as a
registered student, as well as required invoices for tuition payment.
In the event the win
ner is a college senior
and does not elect to
enroll in a graduate
program, tuition for
the current year will be reimbursed. Taxes, if any, are sole responsi
bility of winner No transfer, exchange or substitution of prize. Grand
Prize winner will be notified by mail and will be required to sign an
Affidavit of Eligibility and Release. Odds of winning the Grand Prize
depend upon the number of entries received.
5. From each participating college, one winner of a $50 00 gift certif
icate for a dinner for two will be selected in a random drawing Odds
of winning depend upon the number of entries received at each
6. Special bonus. 100 handcrafted roses will be handed out at par
ticipating bookstores on Valentine's Day, February 14,1983, to the
first 100 students that deposit their entry forms that day.
7. Sweepstakes open only to registered college students 18 years of
age and older who are residents of the United States and are from
participating colleges, except employees (and their families) of
General Foods Corporation, its affiliates, subsidiaries, agencies and
Marden-Kane, Inc. Void where prohibited by law. All federal, state
and local laws and regulations apply.
8. All winners will be notified by mail provided the winning partici
pants are available at the addresses shown on their entry blanks, or
have furnished sweepstakes officials with the proper forwarding
address prior to the date of the drawing.
9. For a list of the Grand Prize and gift certificate winners, mail a
Ig) General Foods Corporation 1983
GENERAL FOODS* INTERNATIONAL COFFEES.
AS MUCH A FEELING AS A FLAVOR.
envelope to: Cafe
P.O Box No 226, New
York. NY 10046
Northgate Enter tC>da y !
Deposit coupon at: